Momijiya Honkan Takao Sanso
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Momijiya Honkan Takao Sanso

Umegahata Takao, Ukyo-Ku, Kyoto 616-8289 Kyoto Prefecture
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Finding an ideal luxury ryokan in Ukyo does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Momijiya Honkan Takao Sanso, a nice option for travellers like you.

Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Adashino Nenbutsu-ji Temple (2.1 mi) and Rakushisha (2.4 mi), guests of Momijiya Honkan Takao Sanso can easily experience some of Ukyo's most well known attractions.

As your “home away from home,” the ryokan rooms offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.

Guests have access to a gift shop, a convenience store, and shops while staying at Momijiya Honkan Takao Sanso. In addition, Momijiya Honkan Takao Sanso offers a hot tub and an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Ukyo trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.

While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the French restaurants, including Sagatoriimotoyusan and Cafe + Boulangerie Doppo, all of which are a short distance from Momijiya Honkan Takao Sanso.

Should time allow, Kozanji Sekisuiin, Saimyoji Temple, and Mt. Takao are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.

Momijiya Honkan Takao Sanso looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Ukyo.

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Umegahata Takao, Ukyo-Ku, Kyoto 616-8289 Kyoto Prefecture
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ECKLKualaLumpur wrote a review Aug 2013
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia2,675 contributions439 helpful votes
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nothing prepares you fully for a stay at a traditional ryokan. You can study it all you want but the Japanese inn is not just another type of Asian B&B but a unique national icon and an intensely cultural lifestyle experience. It is safe to say; it ISN'T for everybody. While one expects to just relax, 'hang loose' or adopt a laissez-faire attitude on a holiday, entering the realm of the ryokan requires some degree of thoughtful decorum, sense of propriety, empathy & respect and open-mindednes if you are non-Japanese. While they do try to cater to your every comfort, it is generally on their own terms.

Our family of five was booked for one night during our week long holiday in Kyoto. It was for the experience especially the kids. Moving out of the sweltering hot city into the cooling north-western forested hillsides was a relief and it only took a 35-min. taxi ride from downtown. Our luggage had been forwarded earlier from our previous accommodation. They were already waiting for us when we arrived in mid-afternoon - at least five people in the welcoming team; two handled our knapsacks, two promptly fitted us with house slippers and one took us through the the details of our package and meal schedule. All settled in 20 friendly minutes.

The ryokan did not appear as old and traditional as we had anticipated. It is actually a modern-looking structure of about three floors. We stayed in the middle (2 level). The interiors of the public areas are relatively simple, in muted tones, fully carpeted, dimly lit with very low ceilings. Our adjacent rooms had ensuite traditional bathrooms (even by Asian standards - cultural immersion #1). The rooms themselves were fitted out in tasteful traditional style (see pics) with a picturesque view of the wooded ravine below. Then two ladies presumably from housekeeping came to fit out the kids in their special yukata; fussily but maternally making sure they had the right sizes (cultural immersion #2). We had but about two hours to rest and bath before the pickup to the dining annex by the river in the ravine (10-minute ride).

Unaware that it was for all the guests, we arrived at the lobby just 5 minutes after the appointed time to find that everyone else was already on the bus waiting for us - opps! (cultural immersion #3) The dining annex is breathtakingly gorgeous - a timber, bamboo and thatch structure hovering on the edge of the river bank. Lanterns strung along the edge gave it a dreamlike appearance. To reach the dining area, we walked across a suspended wooden bridge - quite MAGICAL indeed! We realised that we had over-dressed a little as many of the diners were actually wearing the yukatas provided by the ryokan - certainly more relaxing (cultural immersion #4)

A standard kaiseki set was served but they were obliging enough to make some modification for our youngest who isn't much of a fish lover. BTW, no one spoke English here although we suspect they understood some. Dinner was very nice, fresh and generous. While the meal was part of the package, drinks were not. When all the courses were served and we were about three-quarters through the meal, three maikos came one-by-one to sit with us - part of the package. Only one could speak a smattering of English so there was generally a lot of polite smiles, bowing and photo-taking. It was quite a thrill to be so up-close to these traditional icons (cultural immersion #5). Later two presented heavily-nuanced dances to traditional music - quite mesmerizing! As the two-hour mark came, everyone was promptly ushered back to the bus to return to the ryokan. We made sure we were punctual this time.

By the time we arrive at our rooms, the bedding was all set out on the tatami floor. We generally didn't have the courage (yet) to go for a soak in the outdoor onsen (cultural immersion #6) and because breakfast was served at an early 8:30am, we decided to retire early. We slept well. Breakfast was served in the banquet hall on the ground floor - a visually-striking space with views overlooking the garden and ravine. Although the beautiful breakfast spread was not as extensive as dinner the previous night, there was still much to consume and enjoy. The kids couldn't finish everything. And just as swiftly as we arrived it was time to say sayonara. Checkout is at 10:30am with a complimentary shuttle to the nearest JR station. We had made arrangements for our bags to be sent to Kyoto Station as we were leaving for Osaka later that day.

Altogether a HIGHLY interesting and slightly academic experience. To really enjoy and get into the "mood", one should stay at least two nights. Perhaps we would have built up enough courage to try out the onsen by then?!? Service was impeccable albeit a little coddling at times. While it was generally immaculate on most levels, the wear and tear in the ryokan is quite apparent. Otherwise, experiencing a ryokan should be in every intrepid traveller's bucket list.
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Date of stay: August 2013
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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STRioux wrote a review Mar 2014
Thousand Oaks, California70 contributions39 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Although only a 30 second walk from the bus stop, 15 minute drive (via shuttle bus) from the closest train station, a 30 min cab ride from Kyoto Station, you leave the hustle and bustle of the city and enter a beautiful place with beautiful temples, ancient trees, bridges that offer serene views, and wonderful little trails to explore. This ryokan is perfectly positioned to take it all in.

A few clarifications first, as I had to do a bit of research to understand it all. This hotel has two buildings. One is a more modern looking ryokan at the street level. To get to the riverbed and the trails you must hike down a fairly steep and winding set of stairs. At the bottom the valley, there is the older more traditional ryokan (annex building). Although we did not go into the annex, it is beautiful from the outside and is everything you think of when you think of a Japan ryokan.

Although we originally opted for a Japanese style room in the annex, we switched to a Western style, which placed us in the street level building. Although we might try to stay in the annex next time, this building was much more accessible and convenient, which is what we wanted at the end of our 12 day trip.

Our room was spacious and beautiful. As it is set up on the mountain, it overlooks the other mountains and you can see down to the valley/ravine below. We loved sipping tea and looking out over the woods. So peaceful and serene.

The staff was amazingly supportive and accommodating. My husband and I do not eat fish and they were perfectly happy to supply us with other delicious food. They are very very attentive, but that appears to be Japanese culture as we experienced this in other ryokan as well. I guess we are just too used to the US service of tossing your food down and then disappearing!

The onsen are lovely. For a fee, you can book a private family onsen. This is perfect for couples and was worth it. You select a time and then they lead you up a set of stone steps to a private bathing room. You can have the windows closed or open air, but the bushes around you are lit up and you can listen to the river below. Very relaxing and romantic.

We also found that the staff spoke sufficient English. There were a few times where we relied on hand gestures, but we were always able to converse and get what we needed.

This ryokan ended up being one of the highlights of our trip. If you are looking for comfortable accommodations, good food, excellent service, and some of the most beautiful surroundings in the world, then you should definitely stay here!
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Date of stay: March 2014
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Annex is the more remote traditional Japanese style building and the main building is more...
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Celstrial wrote a review Feb 2013
Chicago, Illinois47 contributions60 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I wanted to use this opportunity to write an english review for westerner's who may be interested in experiencing this great Ryoken!

This was my first experience at a Ryoken so perhaps I was overwhelmed about it's greatness so my review my be inflated.

The location is remote and far from the city, therefore the scenery and surroundings are in the hills/mountains and away from the bustle of the city. This was a great thing, except if you're looking for more time hanging out in Kyoto City proper. There is a bus (one of the JR lines) that drives out to the main office (~45 from city center) and from there the staff will drive you to the main building. On a daily basis, the Ryoken offers shuttle bus service to one of the JR subway lines at 9 & 10am and will pick you up at 430 or 530pm.

The room we stayed in was modest but served its purpose well. There was a hot tub right outside of the showers which was refreshing even in the winter time. The rooms can get cold but they do have a smaller heater and they offer warm charcoal warmers under the blankets.

The meals were wonderful! We had breakfast for 3 mornings and each one was similar but never replicated exactly - beautifully presented and delicious. For dinner, we had the kaiseki meal for our first dinner which was VERY fish heavy but beautiful and plentiful nonetheless. For our second evening, we were served shabu-shabu which was again excellent and plentiful. The goma (sesame sauce) and yuzu dipping sauces were highlights.

Service and hospitality from all aspects were wonderful as are japanese all over Japan. We definitely felt like guests in their home.

They have separate male/female spa facilities which were well equipped and were great to use. I used them on a daily basis albiet the female spa was very cold after you get out of the water, just took a bit of warming.

Overall, I wouldn't hesistate to return here. Hopefully with this review, it can attract not only japanese visitors but westerners as well.
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Date of stay: January 2013
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: We were in a downstairs room and when we had guests above us, the steps can be heard pretty...
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Bandolamant wrote a review Jan 2015
Bath, United Kingdom53 contributions34 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Akin to the more bleak youth hostels in the UK many years ago. The room furniture might have come from a charity shop. Room heating didn't work, nor did the supplementary portable heater, so we wrapped up and took ourselves off to bed to keep warm. The mattresses were lumpy and uncomfortable. I wouldn't have used the towels to dry my dog. There seemed to be some urgency to get dinner out of the way and they were insistent on serving it earlier than we'd asked. Unpleasantly pungent smell of fish accompanied both dinner and breakfast, following which we settled the substantial (something over £300) bill for the night before being herded into the minibus for a 9.30 sharp departure for the train station. I realise this review is against the general current, but what was supposed to be the highpoint of our Japan trip disappointingly turned out to be the low one. Not recommended.
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Date of stay: November 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Stay elsewhere...
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emjeyel wrote a review Aug 2013
Sydney, Australia2 contributions4 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
It was our first trip to Japan, a family of 6 ranging from 6 months to 60 years. The family run Momijya HTS just outside Kyoto was a lucky and perfect choice for our introduction to Japanese hospitality and cuisine. We were looked after magnificently, the food was extraordinary, transport in and out of Kyoto efficient and the Sento (hot baths) to die for.
Summer dining is especially delightful because it is all outdoors on the rivers edge.
We loved the early mornings exploring the misty and mossy forests - the temples with no tourists in this area a definite plus.
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Date of stay: July 2013
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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timmy1945 wrote a review Jan 2018
Singapore, Singapore29 contributions11 helpful votes
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3.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at this Ryokan in early January when it was snowing in Kyoto.

Before I begin this review, I think the Ryokan should really clarify the difference between the Momijiya Honkan and Momijiya Iwori. Both are different Ryokans with different perks.

Momijiya Honkan is located on the edge of a hill and is the Ryokan where we stayed. It does not overlook the river and you have to walk down the hill to get to the river by foot.

Momijiya Iwori Bekkan is located BY the riverside and is the Ryokan that has that nice bridge across the over. It’s definitely the more scenic Ryokan with Geisha performances during the summer for dinner. If you are in for the scenery, this is the place you should book.

Now on to the review for Momijiya Honkan:

The Pros

1) Bus driver was friendly. The staff greeted us at the entrance and rushed to get our bags and luggage

2) The rooms have a nice view that overlooks the trees by the hillside

The Cons

1) The dinner offering was mediocre. For the price we paid, we definitely expected more. The food that we ate was nothing special and not memorable.

2) Breakfast was cold. Yes, we literally woke up to a cold breakfast on the table. The fish that they served was as hard as a rock and the pickled vegetables was cold after being left of the table. I’m not sure if this is standard in the winter, but I’ve stayed at other Ryokans that take the effort to keep the food warm even during winter time for the guests.

3) The toilet in our room had a stench of urine and was quite frankly, the worst part of the Ryokan experience.

4) The onsen in the Honkan building is so small that it’s almost hard to believe - it looks more like a bathtub. Seriously it was the worst let down ever. They also offer a larger private onsen but I understand that you have to pay extra to use it.

5) The staff at dinner/breakfast did not bother to refill our green tea. We needed to ask and wave to get their attention just to refill our tea. I don’t know if this is because we were foreigners, but for this price was definitely expected much better service. I have definitely stayed at much cheaper Ryokans where the waiters were much more attentive and served us with a smile.

Overall, it’s a nice looking Ryokan that’s good for a one night stay, but lacks value because of its expensive price. Will definitely not stay again
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Date of stay: January 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Nicole Schuss wrote a review Aug 2017
Agoura Hills, California140 contributions65 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Where to begin...
1. Food: The presentation is UNREAL. I couldn't believe how beautiful everything was, and the flavors were off the charts delicious! Even provided a meal for our 8-month-old son that was fit for a king. These will be your favorite meals in Kyoto, hands-down!
2. Service: It all started when a hoard of staff ran to our city bus and took all of our luggage, and didn't let us carry a single thing! From that point on, the incredible service continued with tea service in our room, delivering sake to our room, preparing the private onsen, service at every meal, arranging shuttle service to Kyoto...
3. Environment: The purple flowers on the hill looking out of our window, the tucked away location up in the mountains, the running stream nearby... I could have stayed at this ryokan for at least a week. SO much better than staying downtown!!

We traveled with our 8-month-old son, and it was the greatest trip ever. This was probably the highlight of our Japan trip. Stay here!!
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Date of stay: April 2017
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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Pat T wrote a review Oct 2016
Zama, Japan28 contributions33 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
If you are looking for a nice and quiet Ryokan/hotel the Momijiya Honkan is the place. While it is a challenge to figure the correct bus to the ryokan we eventually figured it out (hint: take the #8 or the JR blue line bus toward Takao) From the very moment we stepped off the bus we were greeted by a staff member who insisted on carrying our heavy luggage to our room and making us tea. Our check-in was quick. The room had a great view of the mountains and the road. We chose the traditional Japanese style room and combined with the Yukata's we were comfortable. The on-site onsen was great and during our stay I only encountered a few people while i was there. The food was outstanding, at least 7 or 8 courses, very filling after the last dish. There was a listing of each item but it was in Japanese so we just went with the flow and ate or at least tried everything once. The breakfast was equally delicious. The Momijiya is a great place to stay and enjoy a traditional Japanese ryokan.
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Date of stay: October 2016
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Try to get a view on the west side looking away from the road.
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YG_AC wrote a review Jul 2015
Sydney, Australia92 contributions19 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I found this ryokan completely by accident and I was glad I found it.

As much as I loved Kyoto, it was great to get away from all the hustle and bustle for one day.

Unfortunately, we came a little too early so wasn't able to catch the sakura blossoms. Further, because it was off-season, many of the side stores around the mountain path areas were all closed. However, it was still a nice walk to all the nearby temples (with no crowds).

If you can read Japanese, or have a Japanese friend, I recommend booking directly from their site. There's all sorts of packages and deals they offer throughout the year and it will be a lot cheaper.

We got a room that had the view of the mountains. If we had timed a little bit better, we would have had full view of sakura blossoms in bloom right outside our window. The staff is very friendly (though they don't speak much English), Dinner is served in your room and it was very delicious. As was breakfast (that's served at their dining area).

If you want a traditional Japanese ryokan experience and want to get away from the crowds, this is definitely the place for it.

You can get here very easily via bus from Kyoto. Roughly 30 minutes. I'd definitely come again but this time, maybe during summer so I can dine at their riverside dining area.
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Date of stay: July 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Diana J wrote a review Apr 2015
Jersey City, New Jersey, United States10 contributions21 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Not even sure where to start with reviewing this hotel. Everything was absolutely amazing. The hotel offers a shuttle to and from three different locations (subway, JR station, and temple). We were picked up from the JR station and driven to the hotel. As we were pulling up to the driveway, the whole staff was waiting for us in front of the hotel with umbrellas. Each of them took our bags and suitcases and we were escorted into the hotel where they checked us in and asked us for meal details. The hotel offers a full Japanese breakfast and dinner that were included in our stay. The meals were delicious and huge in portion. Every morning and evening they had hot green tea and snacks set up in the room. The rooms were spotless and the views of the foliage and mountains from the room were absolutely breathtaking. The staff went above and beyond and made sure our every need was met. Not only did they all come out and wave us off as the shuttle left the hotel but they also made sure to greet us on the way in. The hotel was homey, pleasant, clean, and I would recommend this hotel to any of my family and friends.
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Date of stay: April 2015
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Answer from Imelda A
Honolulu, Hawaii182 contributions88 helpful votes
hello, go to their website; instructions are at very bottom; you must call to reserve for shuttle bus.
sherenengade asked a question Nov 2017
Singapore, Singapore98 contributions43 helpful votes
Hello! Does anyone know how to take the JR bus from Kyoto Station to this place? Thanks!
Answer from Chris Lachman
137 contributions111 helpful votes
Taxi there is probably easiest. Then bus back.
Answer from ESY222
Hong Kong, China634 contributions109 helpful votes
We 3 share a Japanese style room there. Is ok if u don't mind to sleep together. Their menu was fixed. You d better inform them u r a vegetarian before and see if they can arrange.
christiemercad07277 asked a question Mar 2017
Manila, Philippines6 contributions6 helpful votes
You give information but it's not leading us to a link to help us with booking.?
BobBobGolden wrote a tip Dec 2018
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia623 contributions347 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Double confirm the hotel next to the river before you book"
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julie s wrote a tip May 2017
PERTH8 contributions7 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"corner rooms are the best overlooking the river."
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Alex G wrote a tip Apr 2017
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Book the private onsen, it's totally worth it."
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lindayip wrote a tip Nov 2016
Melbourne, Australia46 contributions18 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"You need not worry - all rooms have nice view"
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Pat T wrote a tip Oct 2016
Zama, Japan28 contributions33 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Try to get a view on the west side looking away from the road."
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Frequently Asked Questions about Momijiya Honkan Takao Sanso
Which popular attractions are close to Momijiya Honkan Takao Sanso?
Nearby attractions include Jingoji Temple (0.2 miles), Saimyoji Temple (0.1 miles), and Kosanji Temple (0.4 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Momijiya Honkan Takao Sanso?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Momijiya Honkan Takao Sanso?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Momijiya Honkan Takao Sanso?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Momijiya Honkan Takao Sanso?
Yes, parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Momijiya Honkan Takao Sanso?
Conveniently located restaurants include Momijiya, Kawara Soba Shoemon, and Takao Kinsuiten.
Are there any historical sites close to Momijiya Honkan Takao Sanso?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Ninna-ji Temple (2.9 miles), Daikaku-ji Temple (1.9 miles), and Daitoku-ji Temple (4.2 miles).
Does Momijiya Honkan Takao Sanso have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.
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